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What’s for dinner: A Week in Review

So, what’s been cooking lately? Here’s a round up of some interesting new dishes I tried, both from my cookbooks and from online recipes.

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What’s for dinner: Seared curried sea bass with warm olive chutney

When I get on a cookbook kick, I tend to stay on it for a while. That is, I have so many books that every once in a while I just have to concentrate on one specific title for a few weeks and try a number of different recipes from it to learn it better, decide if it’s a book I’m going to want to reference more regularly or just set aside if I can’t find anything else that works.

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What’s for Dinner: A Week in Review

I had a busy week so I didn’t keep up with regular daily (or semi daily) postings. But here were the highlights of last week’s culinary experiments and adventures in the kitchen…

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What’s for Dinner: Lemongrass Scampi with Fresh Pasta

After being on the road (again) for another week, I finally had a few days at home to catch up on cooking and other household projects. Yesterday I was in the mood to make a fresh batch of pasta from my beloved Lillo Due Professional Extruder; I know I owe friends some pasta I promised to send out around the holidays but I’m still working on perfecting drying for long-term storage and shipping. In the meantime, that means I get to make lots of pasta for myself and the sweetie, who never complains when it’s pasta night.

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